Portsea is a lovely coastal town at the western end of the Mornington Peninsula in Victoria with frontage to both Port Phillip Bay and the open ocean of Bass Strait. Just 60 kilometres as the crow flies from Melbourne on the opposite side of the Bay, Portsea has a population of approximately 600 residents that multiplies enormously during the holiday periods. Pet friendly accommodation plays a major part of the available holiday rentals with visitors enjoying life at the beaches and heading to Point Nepean at the end of the Peninsula.

Portsea is well known as being a very exclusive area plus being the place where former Prime Minister of Australia, Harold Holt disappeared whilst surfing at Cheviot Beach in 1967. Surfing is extremely popular at Portsea with most surfers heading to the back beach and the more experienced taking on the waves at Corsair Rock. 

There are a number of sporting clubs in the Portsea area with the Golf Club being very popular and the Polo Club also attracting many willing to try their talents. Famous names asscociated with the town include Lindsay Fox, Kate Baillieu, Ron Walker and Eddie McGuire.

Pet friendly accommodation venues at Portsea are mainly pet friendly holiday homes or beach houses with pet friendly apartments and bed and breakfasts also featuring. Pet services, other than the pet friendly accommodation options are made up of pet food supplies, aquarium supplies, pet friendly dining, pet photography, dog grooming and washing businesses and pet minding.

If you are looking for quality and a superbly quiet beachside location for a break from your working life that is handy to Melbourne then Portsea will satisfy your needs extremely well. Take a look through the pet friendly accommodation available and place your booking early to make sure you secure your time at Portsea.

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